Description: Heavy duty plastic coop. Ideal for holding or shipping quail & baby chicks. Stackable. Easily washed with hose. Top & side door for easy loading & unloading. Dimensions 27" x 18" x 6.5".
Description: Take your breeding operation to the next level. This product includes 5 of the #0303 Quail Breeeding Pens & matching stand for mounting all five units stacked. Dimensions: 35" X 24" X 73". Shipped with Pens assembled and stand knocked down.
Description: Drop Pan Supports included. For use with #0303 Quail breading pens.
Description: Galvanized Pan(s) for use under Quail Battery Breeding Pens (See #0303, #0315, #0330). Dimensions 26" X 31".
Description: A low wattage light should be used to attract the baby chicks to the heating element, feed and water. White light should never be used as it creates a pecking problem. Red lights were used for years and are still preferred by some breeders. Blue lights (see #0424) have been the most popular in recent years. Both do a good job.
Description: A low wattage light should be used to attract the baby chicks to the heating element, feed and water. White light should never be used as it creates a pecking problem. Red lights (see #0424) were used for years and are still preferred by some breeders. Blue lights have been the most popular in recent years. Both do a good job.
Description: Now for the small producer, we offer the most efficient of Infra-Red Heat Brooders. Infra-Red brooding is usually very expensive to operate (primarily because they remain on all the time; regulation by thermostat is not an option because the bulb's filament would be quickly damaged). Until now there was only the 250 Watt Infra-Red Heat Bulb. We now offer you a new 125 Watt Infra-Red Heat Bulb to cut your operating expense by 50%. This new bulb gives you concentrated heat for a small quantity of birds, such as would be hatched in the Hova-Bator Incubators.
Description: Includes loop for hanging and a bulb guard. Bulb sold separately, see product #0456.
Description: Rugged all metal construction, including heat element. Located on the main channel is the Master On/Off Switch, Attraction Light Socket (bulb not included), Thermostat and Pilot Light (to assist in regulating temperature). Two 5 foot Chains with "S" Hooks to adjust height of heater above the birds. Brooder should preferably be used within a well insulated room with support temperature of 65 degrees Farenheit. Used for brooding approximately 125 quail chicks. Use several in a room to provide even distribution of heat and to avoid concentrated heat from one higher wattage source.Specifications: 110 Volt, 600 Watts. Dimensions: 26" x 6" x 6".
Description: For all Box type brooders. Fits through 1-1/8" hole. Reads between 50 degrees F and 120 degrees F.
Description: Base stand with swivel casters bolts to brooder. Brooders may be stacked & bolted together, up to 5 high. Base Dimensions: 36" X 32" X 5". When stacking 2 or more brooders, use #5072 Six Plug Electrical Outlet (Standard equipment on battery brooders).
Description: Use between BASE STAND and brooder, to raise brooder battery up 4 inches for easier viewing into bottom brooder of the battery. Heavy duty steel frame bolts to #0522 BROODER BASE STAND and bottom brooder.
Description: Bolts to both sides of Grow Off pens or to both sides of Box Brooders to give 14" head room, which may be required for larger birds.
Description: Box Brooder is designed to eliminate stress in young birds by providing plenty of heat, fresh air, light, feed and water space, and sanitary conditions for a confined area. The clear plastic front panel allows full and easy viewing of the brooder’s interior. Each brooder comes with three 28.5" troughs which maybe used for either feed or water. Ample feed and water space is necessary to allow weaker chicks access in the presence of more dominate chicks. Any trough may be equipped with optional automatic watering to provide the large quantity of water necessary. Failure to provide proper feed and water space can result in slower weight gain and perhaps higher chick mortality. The troughs are mounted on the outside of the brooder so that the chicks do not squirt droppings into the food or water. The 250-watt heater provides sufficient heat while the vented plastic side panels keep out drafts. As chicks are drawn to light rather than heat, each heater has a socket for a low wattage attraction light bulb, which helps to hold the chicks in the heated area. Each brooder comes with a thermometer and a wafer thermostat, which is accurate to 1 degree. The floor is a thin wire ½” mesh which will allow droppings to easily pass through. This was chosen over thicker wire or wire with smaller squares, as droppings would quickly build up and mat the floor. For small chicks like quail this floor requires that a layer of No 1628 DACB paper or paper towels be laid down on the wire for the first 4 to 7 days after which quail may stand on the ½” wire floor. Day old poultry and ducks can be placed directly on the wire. The well-built wire floor does not sag under the weight of many chicks. Drop pans are made of lightweight aluminum for long life. Drop pans can be easily pulled out even when brooders are stacked and the wire floor is heavy with birds. This box brooder is universal as each side panel comes with adjustable gate to regulate openings for chick type and age to allow them access to feed and water. Small chicks such as quail will require the 5003 feeder and the 4458 drinker for the first three weeks. Day old poultry and ducks can feed directly from the troughs which are designed so that all the feed maybe eaten. The brooder has incorporated in it strong but lightweight plastic and aluminum parts for low maintenance and cheaper shipping costs. All three side panels and back door are easily removed for cleaning while the brooder is assembled. The optional brooder base, which is included with the battery system, is very sturdy and has quality ball bearing, swivel, metal castors. This base permits the fully loaded stack of brooders (which can weigh over 500 lbs) to be rolled over even flooring. Up to five brooders maybe stacked on a base and the top brooder will be fully accessible to the average person without the aid of a stepladder.Feed Space: Quail up to 4 weeks = .5”/birdChicken up to 2 weeks = .5”/birdWater Space:Quail up to 4 weeks = .25”/birdChicken up to 2 weeks = .25”/birdApprox. capacity to 4th week - 100 quail - 50 Chukar or Pheasants. Shipped in 2 cartons.Needs #5001 Feeder & Waterer when used with GamebirdsFOR ADDITIONAL CLEAR DOORS, PLEASE SEE ITEM NO. 0545. NOTE: This product can only be shipped by ground service.
Description: 250 Watt Replacement Brooder Heater
Description: GQF battery brooders with clear front panels (and optional clear side panels) are ideal for displaying all types of chicks in feed stores, to monitor chick conditions at a glance and to raise large numbers of birds in limited floor space. Lightweight materials mean lower shipping costs as well as easy handling of drop pans. Sturdy base with rugged casters and securely fastened brooders result in a solid stack which is movable when full of birds. Only 65” high, all tiers of 5 brooders are accessible and drop pans and floors can be removed for cleaning while the brooders are stacked. Includes 6 plug electrical outlet strip with 4 ft. cord. Overall Dimensions: 32” Wide, 38” Front to Back, and 65” high. 110 Volt. Lid provided for top brooder only. FOR ADDITIONAL CLEAR DOORS, PLEASE SEE ITEM NO. 0545.
Description: May be added to #0526 Gamebird Brooder to convert to outside feeder/waterer; requires separate purchase of #0547 poultry slide door panels. Also sold as a replacement for feeder/waterer on existing poultry brooders. (Provided as standard equipment on #0534 Poultry Brooder). 28.5" Length
Description: Used to replace white opaque panels for maximum viewing of chicks. Excellent way to display chicks in schools and feed stores
Description: Used to replace wire panels in older 0534 brooders and 0528 game bird brooders